Adam Isen
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Women's education and family behavior: Trends in marriage, divorce and fertility
A Isen, B Stevenson
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2010
Forthcoming.“Every Breath You Take—Every Dollar You’ll Make: The Long-Term Consequences of the Clean Air Act of 1970.”
A Isen, M Rossin-Slater, WR Walker
Journal of Political Economy, 2017
Children's schooling and parents' behavior: Evidence from the Head Start Impact Study
A Gelber, A Isen
Journal of public Economics 101, 25-38, 2013
The Effect of High-Skilled Immigration on Patenting and Employment: Evidence from H-1B Visa Lotteries
KB Doran, A Gelber, A Isen
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2014
The effects of youth employment: Evidence from new york city lotteries
A Gelber, A Isen, JB Kessler
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 131 (1), 423-460, 2016
Do local government fiscal spillovers exist? Evidence from counties, municipalities, and school districts
A Isen
Journal of Public Economics 110, 57-73, 2014
Relationship between season of birth, temperature exposure, and later life wellbeing
A Isen, M Rossin-Slater, R Walker
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (51), 13447-13452, 2017
The effect of pension income on elderly earnings: Evidence from social security and full population data
AM Gelber, A Isen, J Song
NBER Working Paper, 2016
Parental resources and college attendance: Evidence from lottery wins
G Bulman, R Fairlie, S Goodman, A Isen
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2016
Dying to Know: Are Workers Paid Their Marginal Product?
A Isen
Unpublished manuscript, 2013
Boosting the earned income tax credit for singles: Final impact findings from the paycheck plus demonstration in new york city
C Miller, LF Katz, G Azurdia, A Isen, CB Schultz, K Aloisi
New York: MDRC, 2018
Expanding the earned income tax credit for workers without dependent children: Interim findings from the paycheck plus demonstration in new york city
C Miller, LF Katz, G Azurdia, A Isen, CB Schultz
New York: MDRC, September, 2017
The role of social security benefits in the initial increase of older women’s employment: Evidence from the social security notch
A Gelber, A Isen, J Song
Women Working Longer: Increased Employment at Older Ages, 239-268, 2017
On inferring demand for health care in the presence of anchoring and selection biases
J Bhattacharya, A Isen
Forum for Health Economics & Policy 12 (2), 2009
A day late and a dollar short: Liquidity and household formation among student borrowers
S Goodman, A Isen, C Yannelis
FEDS Working Paper, 2018
Un-Fortunate Sons: Effects of the Vietnam Draft Lottery on the Next Generation's Labor Market
S Goodman, A Isen
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 12 (1), 182-209, 2020
Income Responses to the Affordable Care Act: Evidence from a Premium Tax Credit Notch
BT Heim, G Hunter, A Isen, IZ Lurie, SP Ramnath
Journal of Health Economics 76, 102396, 2021
The bonus-income donation norm
M Drouvelis, A Isen, B Marx
CESifo working paper, 2019
The Role of Social Security Benefits in the Increase of Older Women’s Employment Rate: Evidence from the Notch Cohorts
AM Gelber, A Isen, J Song
May, http://users. nber. org/~ agelber/papers/gelberisensong051016. pdf, 2016
Insurance and new technology
MV Pauly, A Isen
The Economics of New Health Technologies: Incentives, organization, and …, 2009
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